Faculty

Lab Faculty:

 
Ezenwayi Amaechi - amaechi@collegeunbound.org
 
  • MeD - Teaching Spanish as a Foreign Language - Universidad de Barcelona - November 2017
 
  • MS - Human Development and Family Studies, College Student Personnel, University of Rhode Island - May 2014
 
  • MsW - Rhode Island College - June 2016
 
  • MDiv - Emory University - May 2016
 
  • MA - Curriculum and Instruction - University of Connecticut - May 2013
 
  • MeD - Elementary Education - Rhode Island College - December 2016
  • Graduate Certificate - Nonprofit Management - Tufts University - May 2019
 
  • MDiv - Emory University - May 2016
 
Sandra M. Peltier - speltier@collegeunbound.org
  • MS - Organizational Effectiveness and Leadership, Charter Oak State College - 2018
 
  • PhD - Bio-Analytical Chemistry - Brown University- May 2013
 
  • MTS - Theological Studies - Anderson University School of Theology - August 2014
 
 
  • MPH - Yale University- May 2003
 
  • MS - Educational Leadership - Granite State College - 2017
 
  • MS - Education - Walden University - 2016
 

Instructional Faculty:

Karen Allen Baxter - karen.baxter@collegeunbound.org
  • Certificate in Theater Law, New School for Social Research; Certificate, Arts Management, Harvard University; MS, Arts Management, Lesley University;  Business Certificates I & II, Amos Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth
 
  • (2024) Ph.D. Rutgers University, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, 2015 M.S.Ed. University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education, Higher Education, 2014 B.A. Hunter College, CUNY, English: Creative Writing
 
  • Ph.D. - Mass Communication - Ohio State University - May 2009
 
 
Chachi Carvalho - carvalho@collegeunbound.org
 
  • MBA - Accounting, Boston University; Ph.D. coursework completed/exams passed, Political Science, Washington University, St. Louis
 
  • M.S. - Journalism-- Roosevelt University -- May 2005
 
  • 2016 Ph.D., Composition and Computer Technologies, University of Virginia , 2009 M.M., Composition and Music Technology, Florida International University , 2007 B.S., Liberal Arts, University of North Florida
 
  • Ph.D. - Education, University of Rhode Island; MBA, Business Administration and Management, Babson College - 2005
 
  • CPA - Post-Bachelors Accounting courses required for CPA exam, Johnson & Wales University - 2004
 
  • Ph.D. (Linguistics) - Universidad de Educacíon a Distancia (U.N.E.D.) - May 2000
 
  • MFA - University of California - Riverside - May 2007
 
  • Doctorate of Clinical Psychology, Adler School of Professional Psychology, 2008, Master of Arts in Human Development/Psychology, National-Louis University, 2003, Bachelor of Science in Child Development,
    Northern Illinois University, 1997
 
  • Bachelors Degree - Smith College, Northampton MA, JD degree from Temple University School of Law, Philadelphia PA & the University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, IL
 
  • Ph.D. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, English, May 1994. , M.A. University of Massachusetts, Amherst, English, February 1991. B.A. Williams College, Williamstown, Massachusetts, English, June 1987.
 
  • BA - Russian Studies, December 1999, University of Missouri, Columbia MO, MA - Sociology, November 2015, DePaul University, Chicago IL, MFA - Creative Writing, May 2005, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago IL
 
  • EdD - Higher Education Leadership, Johnson & Wales University, May 2013; MEd., Higher Education Administration, University of Michigan - August 2002
 
  • MeD - Elementary Education - Rhode Island College - December 2016
  • Graduate Certificate - Nonprofit Management - Tufts University - May 2019
 
  • MA - English - Western New England University - May 2009
 
  • MS - Organizational Effectiveness & Leadership - Charter Oak State College - May 2007
 
  • Masters of Arts - Creative Writing - Northwestern University - June 2006
  • Masters of Arts - English - Loyola University, Chicago - August 2003
 
  • Ph.D. - Education, University of Minnesota - May 2005 
 
 
  • Ph.D. - Human & Organizational Systems, Fielding Graduate University, 2009; MPA, University of Hartford - 1979
 
  • Bachelor of Arts, Africana Studies, Rhode Island College, 2020-2021 Graduate Student, Brown University, Department of American, Masters Degree
 
  • BA - College Unbound - May 2019
 
  • Masters of Arts in Performance Studies, December 2008, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, Bachelor of Arts in Ethnic Studies & an Independent Concentration in “Performance Studies: Socially Conscious Art of the Everyday" - Brown University, Providence, RI, June 2005
 
Anjel Newman - anjel@as220.org
  • BS - College Unbound - May 2019
 
  • EdD - Educational Leadership - Jones International University - May 2015
  • JD Candidate - Roger Williams Law School
 
  • 2021 Doctor of Philosophy (Expected) University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN, Organizational Leadership, Policy, and Development Program: Higher Education Minor Program: Education, Curriculum and Instruction Advisor: Tania D. Mitchell,  2015 Master in Public Policy, American University, Washington, DC Concentration: Social Policy, 2011 Bachelor of Arts, Providence College, Providence, RI Majors: Political Science and Public and Community Service Studies
 
Jeff Prudhomme, Ph.D. - jeff.prudhomme@collegeunbound.org
  • Ph.D., M.A. The University of Virginia, Religious Studies, Fulbright doctoral fellowship, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany, B.A The University of the South, Religious Studies
 
Anne Quinterno - annequinterno@icloud.com
  • MPA - Roger Williams University - May 2017
 
  • BA - College Unbound, MA - Providence College
 
  • BA: Law, Allameh Tabatabai University | Tehran, Iran 2011, MA: Journalism
    Emerson College – Boston, MA 2016, (Expected 5/22) PhD: Global Inclusion and Social Development
    University of Massachusetts Boston, MA
 
  • DePaul University, M.A. in English June 2000, Northern Illinois University, B.A. in English December 1994, Lincoln Land Community College, A.A., May 1993
 
  • Ph.D. - Integral Studies - California Institute for Integral Studies - May 1998
 
  • Ph.D. Candidate in Latin American Studies, School of Liberal Arts at Tulane University, New Orleans, LA. Summer 2020 Graduation. , M.A. in Government, New Mexico State University (NMSU), Las Cruces, NM,
    B.A. in Economics, Autonomous University of Ciudad Juárez (UACJ), Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, México.
 
  • MS - Organizational Management & Leadership - Charter Oak State College - May 2007
 
  • MPA - Harvard University - May 1995
  • Ph.D. Candidate - Higher Education - UMass Boston
 
 
Shannon Wheatley Hartman, Ph.D.shannon.wheatley.hartman@collegeunbound.org
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science, May 2010 Arizona State University School of Politics and Global Studies Major: International Relations, Minor: Political Theory, Master of Economics and Social Science, October 2003 University of Wales, Aberystwyth Department of International Politics Major: Postcolonial Politics, Minor: Research Methods Economic and Social Research Council Rank 1 Research Training Program, Bachelor of Arts, May 1999 Transylvania University Major: Political Science, Minor: Studio Art
 
  • 2017 - Masters of Divinity, Duke Divinity School, Durham, NC, 2014 - B.A. in Religious Studies and English Literature, Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL
 
  • MS - Education - Walden University - 2016
 
  • Ph.D. Computing and Information Systems, DePaul University, Chicago, IL, Concentration in User Experience Design and Learning Sciences. M.A. Writing, DePaul University, Chicago, IL, 2007, Concentration in Technical Writing and Pedagogy. B.A. English, DePaul University, Chicago, IL, 2005  Concentration in Writing and Journalism. Minor in Women’s & Gender Studies.